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Iserotope Extras #58: Restorative Justice

Hi there! This week, the rest of the country has decided that school is back in session, so there are
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Iserotope Extras #58: Restorative Justice
By Mark Isero • Issue #58 • View online
Hi there! This week, the rest of the country has decided that school is back in session, so there are two excellent articles about education. The first considers restorative justice as an alternative to traditional discipline systems, and the last regards voluntary school desegregation as unlikely, nearly impossible. In between are two deep and important pieces — about the importance of remembering Sandy Hook and 9/11.

An Alternative to High-School Suspensions
Fighting Back Against Sandy Hook Deniers
Ms. Jennifer Gerosa's 11th graders in San Francisco are reading Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World in Me in their English class. Excellent choice.
Ms. Jennifer Gerosa's 11th graders in San Francisco are reading Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World in Me in their English class. Excellent choice.
The Falling Man
How Parents Can Help Desegregate Schools
Issue #58 is in the books! I still want to see what happens when someone clicks on the discussion bubble and makes a comment. Why not try it? It may spark an elucidating conversation! Go ahead. If not, email me your thoughts, and I’ll see you back here next Thursday at 9:10 am!
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